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2013
Siemens will be the first global manufacturer making use of 3D technology to print spare parts for gas turbine.   GE Aviation is planning to mass produce a metal component - fuel nozzle for the new Leap engine for the Boeing 747 MAX and A320neo airbus.   Rolls-Royce planned to 3D printed components for its jet engine.   Medical Sector is expected to 3D printed an organ - like liver and eyes.   Food Sector - 3D printed pizza, chocolate with your face.     Follow our ...
First known stereolithography rapid prototype system (3D Systems)   Everyone has been turning to 3D printers as of late since they have become more readily available for their various projects. These hobbyists have been creating some very (and even controversial) interesting things, including everything from custom smartphone cases to fully functional firearms. It’s interesting to note that before this printing revolution however, the technology was used (as early back as the 80̵ ...
Blink and you'll miss it. Every year Google release their emotionally charged 'Zeitgeist' video summing up the major highlights and milestones of the last 12 months. This year Pope Francis' election, Malala Yousafzai's speech at the UN and the passing of the great Nelson Mandela are just some of the moments that made 2013. So enjoy the video and watch carefully as 3D printing also features (at 0:54) as one of the major tech highlights for Google in the last year.       Sea ...
Pensa Labs’ DIWire An NYC-based design firm is looking to bring about the first ever tabletop CNC wire bender that can be used for multiple purposes, including prototyping, art and even surgical implants (among a host of other uses). Pensa Labs designed their DIWire machine to convert lines into precise bent shapes using wire or plastic, which can be done repeatedly and accurately. The company uses a straightforward software interface that allows users to draw in 2D using a single lin ...

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